Macramé Plant Hanger Kit
This beginner level kit contains everything you need to make your own macramé plant hanger: one bundle of rope, one brass ring, one set of beads, and one S hook. Plus, a high-quality print with step by step photographic instructions. This kit is a perfect gift for anyone eager to begin their macramé journey!
Your finished plant hanger will be approximately 43" long (including the fringe) and the project should take about 1-2 hours to complete. This is the perfect kit for any age beginner! Each kit includes the following:
- One bundle of 5MM Recycled Cotton Rope (in natural).
- One Brass Ring.
- One set of Oval Beads.
- One S-Hook to hang your piece while you work.
- One printed pattern to guide your project work.
Modern Macramé works alongside a rope manufacturer with a focus on sustainability. They have been working tirelessly to create quality rope and cord derived from 100% pre-consumer textile factory waste. Pre-consumer waste refers to cotton fiber scraps that textile factories end up with when manufacturing garments and it is recycled before it is used by the consumer. This means that there is still no harmful chemicals used in creating Modern Macramé cotton cord!
Modern Macramé stands for quality craft materials, inspirational content, and our wonderful community. Founded by Emily Katz, who has taught macramé to thousands around the globe, from private lessons, to beautifully curated workshops, to team building for creative companies. Her aim is to not only share her love of this simple craft, but also inspire people to be better versions of themselves. Emily has been featured in Forbes, The LA Times, London Daily Mail, Buzzfeed, Nylon Magazine, Ku:nel, Popeye Magazine, and Elle Japan, Elle NL, and Elle France to name a few.
Her first book, Modern Macramé, 33 Stylish Projects for Your Handmade Home (on the shelves at Wild Hand!!) was released by Ten Speed Press in May 2018. Modern Macramé grew out of Emily's observation of a lack of accessible and high quality materials for crafters and fiber artists, and so in 2014, the company was born.